Mark Hughes: The pendulum swings Vettel's way

Mark Hughes: The pendulum swings Vettel's way

There were moments in the Brazilian Grand Prix when it looked like Sebastian Vettel needed a miracle to be world champion, but he avoided fate's pitfalls and prevailed. Mark Hughes tells the full story

With the morning passing by agonisingly slowly for the two title contenders, God's hand hovered above the Interlagos rain button.

In that choice quite possibly lay the outcome of the world championship, its final denouement after a season of see-sawing fortunes, of a sunny young guy who's already done it all but still thirsts for more, of the Spanish warrior who's cajoled his often-reluctant machine to join him in his quest of pulling off a coup.

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